Enterprise Publishing Co.
BUTLER, KY., July 6, 1889
Volume V1. No. 8
TERMS: Sixty Cents
a Year, in Advance.
Published at Falmoth.
The Enterprise was entered May 11, 1889, at
the Post Office at Falmouth, Ky., as second
Report of Trustees of School District No.
Pendleton Co., KY
in accordance with an act of the General
Assembly of Ky., and approved March 28 and
April 4, 1884:
30, 1888 - To cash balance in hands of
|July 18 - Rec'd of F.J. Fossett, Collector
|July 18 - Rec'd of E.F. Bradford from
Oct. 18 to March 7
|July 18 - Rec'd from N.S. Dickerson from
Dec. 21, '88 to June 29, '89
|By cash paid teachers different dates
|By cash paid to Janitors
|By cash paid for coal
|By cash paid for cleaning and repairing
|By cash paid interest bonds to June 1,
|By cash paid to Falmouth Dep. Bank on
|By cash paid on Allen Young's notes and
interest to date
|By cash paid insurance on school building
|By cast paid W.E. Wilson, copying tax
|By cash paid N.S. Dickerson, commission
|Total amount paid
|Leaving balance in hands of Treasurer
|W.W. Trimble's estate on bonds
on Allen Young's note
|The Guide office
|J.L. Riggle & Co.
|Bal. in hands of Treas.
|Judgement against J.L. Dougherty
|Jessie Colbert, tuition 6 months, $1.75
|Taylor Watson's estate, tuition
|Joshua Ritter, tuition 6 months, $1.75
|Amt. due on delinquent tax list, in hands
of N.S. Dickerson for collection for the
|Total amount uncollected
is uncollectible of this amt. about $800.00.
The amount standing indebtedness has been
during the year reduced to one thousand and
the Board of Trustees of school district
No. 1, P.A. Lightfoot, Chairman, P.E. Morgan,
Theo. Bradford, Clerk, do hereby certify
that the above report is a true statement
of the financial condition of school district
to and subscribed before me by P.A. Lightfoot
this 29th day of June, 1889.
Holt, County Clerk.
is wonderfully astonishing how full the Counmty
is of dead beats. The man who subscribes
for his county paper, receives it a year
or two and then writes the editor - please
discontinue sending your paper to my address,"
and says nothing about paying for the paper,
is a dead beat of the lowest order. There
are a number such, and we do honestly believe
their names should be published and the public
warned against them. The country editor earns
every dollar he receives, and the people
who take his paper ought to pay him promptly.
He is of incalculable benefit and value to
his county. Boom your home paper, that it
may boom you.
Lummis applied for coffee house license,
with the privilege of retailing spirituous,
vinous and malt liquors. Petition and notice
filed. County attorney objects.
filed and election ordered in District No.
1 (Falmouth) on local option.
Ashcraft, infant over 14, chooses T.J. Browning
for his guardian. Confirmed and gave bond.
S. Larkin, infant over 14, chooses Robt.
Wolfe her guardian. Approved and W.W. Poor
F. Ashcraft waves her right to be appointed
guardian for her infant children, Ethel M.,
Anna Maud and V.H. Ashcraft, all under 14
years of age. T.J. Browning appointed guardian.
North released from work on account of ill
Wood qualified as Constable in District No.
2. Took oath and W.B. Wood on bond.
many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Allie Colbert
will regret to learn of the very deep affliction
which has overtaken them. In the loss of
their little child, which died Sunday evening,
the brightest ray of home's sunlight has
faded. The little fellow was sick only a
few days. Buried Monday in Riverside Cemetery.
The National Garment Cutter cuts all kinds
of clothing for men, women and children.
It is somehing every family should have and
comes at a very small cost.
Lummis, age 18, while bathing in Licking
River, below Butler, Saturday evening, was
drowned. Body recovered soon after and buried
Sunday at Bethel.
evening, at Griffing's Ford, a young man
by the name of Daniels was drowned, while
bathing in Living River.
a young man to be arrested who errs once,
is a matter much to be regreted. Such a case
occurred here last fourth and quite a little
was excitement created.
Harding, the expert milliner of Butler, reports
Stella Lawson, a charming young girl of Newport
was here the 4th. Stella is an old Butler
resident and we were glad to see her return.
club house is being organized at Falmouth.
Bagby was here this week.
Wheeler was in Lexington last week.
to Do and to now.
every farmer teach his children to use tools
and keep them in good order.
fish kegs make the best soap tubs. Pine is
the only wood that will stand the cating
action of soap.
cattle gradually to the green grass of the
pasture in spring, letting them stay on only
an hour or two for the first few days.
gardner of the John Hopkins estate in Baltimore
County, Maryland, has cultivated figs for
254 years and never failed an a crop.
Electricity, the only catarrh and headache
cure. It cures catarrh, headache, neuralgia,
hay fever, failing eyesight -- all aches
and pains. Call on or address G.W. Scott,